Ensuring safe burials to stop the spread of Ebola
To stop the spread of Ebola, a new analysis discovers that the greatest measures would come from ensuring safe burials for victims.
According to the US guidelines, workers must wearing full protective gear to wrap the Ebola victims, and place the body in two plastic shroud bags. Most important, the body should not be washed or disposed in any other way.
This new findings were developed base on a mathematical model from several Ebola researchers at Yale University. According to the Ebloa researchers from Yale University, if the burial processes are strictly proceed under the method we mentioned above, the secondary infection rate would drop below one per Ebola case.
By ensuring safe burials, we can reduce the transimission of the Ebola disease to the greatest extent.